SPECIAL SERVICES

BAPTISM

The sacrament of Holy Baptism is a celebration of a person (infant, child or adult) becoming a member of the church of God - the beginning of their faith journey within the Christian family. Read more

ADMISSION TO COMMUNION

Any adults or children, who are baptised but not confirmed nor presently a regular communicant in another Church, are invited to be admitted to communion at Holy Trinity.

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CONFIRMATION

For those baptised as infants or wanting to confirm their adult baptism vows, preparation in the Christian faith & confirmation by our bishop is arranged.

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WEDDINGS

A service of Holy Matrimony for God's blessing on the beginning of a new life together in marriage or the blessing of a civil wedding can be arranged in our beautiful church.

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FUNERALS

A variety of liturgical styles for funeral services are conducted at Holy Trinity. Confidential pre-planning of the service can assist your family and the Vicar is happy to discuss this with you. Ashes can be interred in our memorial garden.

Garden of Remembrance

OTHER SERVICES

Clergy are available, by appointment, to discuss the above services & for spiritual counsel, home communion, hospital visits, annointing for healing, the last rites, adult exploration of faith, reception into the Anglican Church for confession.

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WEEKLY SERVICES

The times of our usual weekly services are:

Sunday

8.00 am Holy Eucharist

9.30 am Sung Eucharist

11.15 am Kids' Church (1st Sunday of the month during school terms)

5.00 pm Choral Evensong (1st Sunday of the month)

5.00 pm Meditation service (3rd Sunday of the month)

Tuesday

11.00 am Home Communion service at Broughtonlea (on the 3rd Tuesday of the month)

Wednesday

10.00 am Holy Eucharist

with prayers for healing and the sacrament of Holy Unction (annointing with oil) on the 1st Wednesday of each month.

Tuesday - Friday

9.00 am Morning Prayer

FESTAL CELEBRATIONS

In addition to our usual weekly services, we have special services during the great Christian feasts of Easter and Christmas and also to celebrate other important events in the life of our community and church family.

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